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As change nips at the edges of the Bronx, the borough’s iconic auto-glass workers continue their daily street-dance.
A new documentary sheds light on what we haven't learned from the tragic miscarriage of justice.
We're still searching for the elusive balance between safety and liberty. Maybe, in the response to this attack, America can get it right.
Two movies about a long-gone New York raise questions about the city it has become today.
After Boston, we must proceed with caution—and respect the rule of law.
Daniel Villegas was 16 when he confessed to a double murder en El Paso. But almost 20 years later, he insists he's innocent, and the evidence backs him up.
A GAO examination of the Independent Foreclosure Review reveals massive levels of incompetence and negligence.
Two-thirds of immigrants to America are women and children. But current immigration policy and past reform proposals are, as the author calls it, "sexclusionary."
Gay rights advocates were hoping that the Court would issue a broad ruling, but the justices seem most concerned with issues of standing.
At the same time that Brooklyn residents poured into the streets over the killing of Kimani Gray, NYPD officers took the stand to describe the department's racist tactics.